Inconsistencies were revealed between monetary assets declared by some officials and their official taxed income, according to the press service.
According to the data available, the income of one of the deputies in the period from 2001 to 2016 was at UAH 600,000. However, his e-declaration for 2015, he reported assets amounting to almost UAH 22 million.
"Given that such cases are not uncommon, and with the purpose of establishing the legality of origin of the assets declared, as well as the completeness of payment of taxes by declarants and their tax agents the PGO has requested that the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine carry out unscheduled audits of 29 Ukrainian MPs," the PGO wrote.
Read alsoKyiv district court grants anti-graft bureau's access to e-declaration databaseAs UNIAN reported earlier, December 9, 2016 the PGO said it had checked half of e-declarations filed by the MPs, and in respect of 53 of them the audit papers were forwarded to the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption.
As of January 12, 2017 the NABU detectives registered 22 criminal proceedings following the analysis of data filed in the e-declarations concerning the activity of 21 individuals: six MPs, 11 judges, two chairmen of regional state administrations, a deputy chief of a regional council, and a head of one of the central bodies of executive power.